There is step-free access to the site which is reasonably flat. However, the site is on a field which may get muddy in wet weather.
Please get in touch with any queries regarding access: [email protected]
ADVANCE - On sale here: Full festival tickets
ON THE DOOR ONLY: Site entrance per day & Individual Fabularium shows
Adult - Full festival ticket (inc all shows in the Fabularium) with camping = £50
Child 7-18yrs - Full festival ticket (inc all shows in the Fabularium) with camping = £15
Adult - Full festival ticket (inc all shows in the Fabularium) without camping = £35
Child 7-18yrs - Full festival ticket (inc all shows in the Fabularium) without camping = £10
Site entrance per day - £5 adults / £3 children 7-18yrs. This includes 1 free show in the Fabularium.
Individual shows in the Fabularium - £5 adults / £3 children 7-18yrs.
Under 7's go free!
PLEASE NOTE - entry to all shows in the Fabularium are on a first come first served basis.
The festival will kick off at 5pm on Friday 26th July and finish around 6pm on Sunday 28th July. (Campers are welcome to stay on till Monday 29th July.)
A field in Bowland Bridge, South Lakes, Cumbria LA11 6NN
Cash. There are NO cash points in the village.
Your wellies and wet weather clothing! This is the lake District after all...
A Torch. Evenings will be dark!
Instruments & stories for sharing by the campfire!
Nearest airport is Manchester. Regular trains available from the airport to Oxenholme Lake District.
Nearest train stations are Oxenholme Lake District, Kendal, Grange-over-Sands & Windermere. Taxis available from the stations to the site.
Lakeside Taxis: https://www.lakesidetaxis.co.uk / 015394 88888 / 01539 239239
There is no public transport available to or from Bowland Bridge itself.
Feel free to use the facebook page to arrange lift shares. www.facebook.com/thunderstealing
Basic camping available on site for a limited number of tents. Facilities limited to loos and drinking water.
Camping available from 2pm on Friday 26th July to midday on Monday 29th July. (On Sunday evening the site will be open, the fire will still be burning and there will be storytellers around, so who knows what might happen!)
There is space for some smaller campervans, but sorry, no hook up. Entrance to parking and campsite is through a not-very-wide gap in the wall so sorry, no larger campervans, mobile homes or caravans. (But there are plenty of nearby caravan sites: www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk)
Glamping available on site in gorgeous belle tents with Belle Hotel. www.bellehotel.co.uk / 07966 637307
Lots to choose from. Here are a few recommendations:
The Hare & Hounds, Bowland Bridge: www.hareandhoundsbowlandbridge.co.uk
The Mason's Arms, Bowland Bridge: www.masonsarmsstrawberrybank.co.uk/masons/
Camping & Caravan Club: www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
Stealing Thunder is a small storytelling organisation based in the South Lakes, Cumbria. We run a monthly storytelling night for grown-ups featuring Europe's top performance storytellers. Now we're collaborating with the Crick Crack Club to put on our very first storytelling festival!